How far would you go to get your baby to sleep? It’s a question that no parent would even truthfully answer when their child just isn’t sleeping. I for one would try anything to get them back off to sleep but admitting defeat is the thing I’m worst at. Perhaps it’s a different parenting style we’re all in need after…
Do you remember a wonderful nightly activity that involves closing your eyes and remaining horizontal for eight hours until sunrise? It’s the familiar feeling of having someone silently tapping you on the shoulder, whispering in your ear or (if you have my child) a huge crash bang and to top it off wallop into the bedroom at a very ungodly hour.
Mountain Buggy Duet v2.5 Review Summary We didn’t think that the Mountain Buggy Duet could get any better, but it has. Whilst it may look and feel the same, every feature has been modified to become more convenient and more practical for parents in the fast lane with one or more children. For a review of the latest model, the Mountain Buggy V3.0, click here. Seat The harness is a 5-point padded safety harness, great for younger children because they can’t figure out how to wriggle out of it. A tail-free harness means... Read More
Christmas seems to be a long way away, but in actual fact it’s 40 days, 14 hours and 48 minutes and 12 seconds away. That’s barely any shopping days before it’s due for mums and dads to turn into crazed shopping zombies. I for one hate Christmas shopping with a passion but when it’s time for eggnog and putting up the Christmas tree, I’m the first one there.
It’s set to change how the Car Seat industry produces its products, and how safe they actually have to be before being released to the general public. But who knows what this industry’s best kept secret is really all about? Well… we got ourselves a preview! Although the images were released to retailers earlier this week we want to know the facts! What’s it actually like? What safety tests has it undergone? And most importantly, is it any good? The key features that the Maxi-Cosi Pebble Plus boasts... Read More
Out n About Little Nipper Review It’s the *brand new* addition to the Out n About Nipper family and much like the Out n About Nipper Single V4 (from £219)and Out n About Nipper Double V4 (from £354) it’s been made to suit parent’s everyday needs. The Out n About Little Nipper (from £199) is a lightweight and compact alternative to the Nipper Single V4 – it has all the same features but in a smaller package. Seat On a lightweight buggy you don’t always get a full recline however on the Little... Read More